Most modern caravans and motorhomes have 12V or 24V battery management system built in. These systems can often be charged from mains power when connected at a powered site.
When mains power is not available, for example in remote locations, travellers have traditionally been forced to use generators or the vehicle’s engine to charge the battery.
However, most systems nowadays incorporate an inbuilt solar regulator and an auxiliary socket to accept input from solar panels, meaning that noisy generators are no longer required.
These solar panels are designed for easy DIY installation into most battery management systems. Their flexibility makes them adaptable to many different surfaces, including curved caravan roofs.
The panels are well protected against UV and impacts thanks to the inclusion of our exclusive Crocskin cell armour on the front face.